Commentators went to social media late last week and pointed out that the photo didn’t look real, accusing Jenner of modifying it herself to make it appear as if she was participating in protests that swept through the states -United after the death of George Floyd in May. 25.
The 24-year-old woman addressed the controversy on Saturday, revealing that she had not shared the blow.
“It was photographed by someone,” she tweeted. “I did not post this. ”
Jenner fans have since rushed to defend her, sharing the original photo, in which she is holding a bottle of water instead of a sign.
Last week, Kendall went to Instagram to tell her subscribers that she is working to be a better ally in the African American community following the latest BLM protests.
“To all of you who read this and to me: keep researching, reading and educating yourself on how we can become better allies,” she writes. “I will never personally understand the fear and pain that the black community goes through daily, but I know that no one should have to live in constant fear. I recognize my white privilege and I promise to continue to learn about how I can help. “